Researchers found that the babies who had a cold within their first three months of life were three times more likely than other babies to suffer from recurrent wheezing by the time they turn 1. They also found a similar risk in babies who attended daycare during the first year of their lives and in babies born to mothers who smoked while they were pregnant. Babies who were breast-fed for more than three months were 20% less likely to develop the condition compared with babies who were not breast-fed or were breast-fed for a shorter time.

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